Double-Face 3D-Printed Watch Tells Time In Dual Timezones [Pics]

Double-Face 3D-Printed Watch Tells Time In Dual Timezones [Pics]

Paul Kweton's 'Doublefeature' can simultaneously tell the wearer the time in London and New York.

Emma Hutchings
  • 29 august 2012

Austrian designer Paul Kweton‘s wrist watch ‘Doublefeature’ has an interesting look and feel with its two faces and silicon band. The custom-made white and blue watch features a 3D-printed case and interior parts. There are two fully-functioning Swiss Quartz Movements, and dual faces inspired by car dashboard gauges that display the time in two different timezones. Perfect for busy travelers who don’t want to wear two separate watches.

Double-Face 3D-Printed Watch Tells Dual Timezones [Pics]

The watch isn’t available for general purchase, but Kweton does take custom orders. Click through to see more pictures of the ‘Doublefeature’ watch:

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